I would rather die than endure excruciating, unrelievable pain. That puts pain at the very top of my priority list.
Fortunately for us, pain killers are at hand to get us through it and buy us the time it takes to solve the real problem behind it.
The pain killing industry also brought us the addiction industry. As we turn to electrical pain killing the need for addicting drugs should decline. There are other very useful pain killers: acupuncture, massage, listening to music, feedback devices, contemplation, hypnotism, and prayer.
But we will focus on getting rid of the cause of pain and healing the organs that are in pain so none of these methods are needed.
I am not talking about the pain of a broken bone, twisted ankle, bee sting or sunburn. I am not talking about the pain of a misaligned vertebra or stretch trauma in your leg muscles or arm muscles. I am referring to pain that is in one of your organs and refuses to go away. For example, arthritis. Other pains are headache, foot pain, elbow pain, hip pain, chest pain. All of these may have special names like rheumatoid arthritis, cluster headache, fibromyalgia, bursitis, tennis elbow and so on, but they are all the same phenomenon.
Knowing that parasites and pollutants are the real culprits, let us get right down to the job of finding out which they are, where they come from, and how to get rid of them.
The parasites that cause pain are not the large ones, like worms or amoebas. Nor are they the very tiny viruses. They are bacteria. Bacteria are the right size to get into the doorways of our cells. Our cells try to keep their doorways tight-shut but, of course, they have to open to let food in, or hormones, or other life-signals. If bacteria are swarming around the outside of cells,
some will manage to slip into a doorway while it is open. A battle begins. The cells refuse to let the bacteria in. The bacteria refuse to let go of the door latch. There is probably a specific electrical attraction between them and an exact physical fit. The body's extra forces, the immune system, are called in to help quell the invasion. The bacteria multiply as fast as they can. There is swelling. There is heat produced. There is pressure against other organs. All together it is called inflammation and infection.
The answer is not to deinflame with drugs (like the cortisone variety). The answer is not to reduce swelling or body temperature. The answer is certainly not pain killer. The answer is to kill the bacteria. (Even this is not the ultimate answer. We must stop the source of the bacteria and your body's invitation to be invaded. We will get to this later.)
So Step One is to search for the bacteria nibbling at our painful regions and identify them. This gives us the clue to finding their source. Step Two is to exterminate them electrically. Within minutes they fall out of the doorways to our cells. Your white blood cells are waiting for them, and will gobble them up in a grand feast.
But, remember, there is another cause of pain, pollutants. Step Three is to find the pollutants and identify them because this gives us a clue as to their source. Step Four is to eliminate our pollution sources. And the job is done. Pain is gone.
An intriguing question will pop into your head as you search your organs for parasites and pollutants. Which came first? Pollutants can jam their way into your cell's doorways too. Does this allow the bacteria to swim in? Or do the bacteria come first, jamming open the doorways so the pollutants can enter? Both seem possible. Maybe both events go on simultaneously. Perhaps that is why bacteria and pollutants are always seen together. Viruses can land on your cell's doorways, too, and cause viral diseases, but they are not as often pain producing.
You will also notice something, as you keep testing and watching over your health. Your body is very good at killing bacteria and viruses. Your body kills them faster than a wave of a magic wand! The only ones that get away are those that are stuck in doorways and 'channels with pollutants in them! This seems like evidence that pollutants do the gate-opening. But it isn't proof and we must keep all possibilities in mind.
Fortunately we do not have to know exactly how parasites and pollution make us sick in order to get well.
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